Through an ongoing program of investment in our people, our organisation continues to enjoy a high rate of growth year on year. We believe our team have been fundamental to our success, their drive and determination have propelled Robinsons to become one of the leading construction companies in the UK.
We believe that investing in our teams learning and development, guarantees that we will remain at the forefront of our industry. All members of our team have access to training relevant to their role and we carry out regular reviews with our staff to find out if they would like to gain training in other areas that would benefit their role.
If you would like to work for a dynamic and ever expanding company then take a look at our current vacancies to the right or e-mail our HR Manager at Jane@rbscotland.com stating what position you would be interested in and why you think you would be suitable for the role.
(It may not be possible to reply to all individual prospective applications, however we will endeavour to contact you when we can. We will keep your details on file and match you to any role that becomes available in the future where we can, if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.)
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Commercial Construction Manager
Due to continued expansion and growth, we are seeking to appoint an experienced Commercial Construction Manager to oversee all aspects of our Construction and Concrete Divisions.
Reporting to the Managing Director, you will be responsible for ensuring contract completion, quality and cost targets are achieved within agreed budgets and timescales, through the effective management of our Contracts Management team.
Other duties may include; recruitment of site personnel,reviewing subcontractor performance, job costings and monitoring health and safety on sites.
Salary based on experience
Applications with CV and cover letter to
Ryan Brown, email@example.com
Lockerbie with Operations Nationwide
Competitive + Company Vehicle
On an engineering project, our expectations are:
· develop engineering plans using computer aided design (CAD) software
· investigate the properties of building materials like glass, steel and concrete, and advise on which is best for the job
· work out the loads and stresses on different parts of a building like the foundations,beams, arches and walls
· use computer models to predict how structures will react under different weather
· work out ways to improve the building or structure's energy efficiency
· inspect unsafe buildings and recommend options for repairs or demolition
· make sure projects meet legal guidelines, environmental rules, and health and safety requirements
· prepare bids for contract tenders
· supervise project teams
· give progress reports to clients and senior managers
Skills and experience required of a Structural Engineer
MEng/MSc in Civil, Structural or Architectural Engineering, desirable
Minimum degree or postgraduate qualification in Engineering, essential
Minimum HNC/HND in Construction or equivalent desirable.
Student/Graduate membership of IStructE and/or ICE, desirable
Excellent skills in maths, IT and science and be good a problem solving, essential
Good communication skills, people skills and project management skills
Sound knowledge of construction methods, health and safety and legal regulations, essential;
Due to continued growth, we are seeking to appoint a Bricklayer with the ability to assist our Concrete Division with all aspects of concrete work and groundworks.
The ideal candidate will have a valid CSCS card and a UK driving licence. Knowledge and experience of working as a Bricklayer is essential and concrete/groundwork experience would be advantageous however, not essential as full training will be given.
Rate of pay - based on experience
Applications with CV and cover letter to Saul Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org